The family of a ‘truly beautiful, much loved’ schoolgirl has been left heartbroken by her untimely death.


The family of a ‘truly beautiful, much loved’ schoolgirl has been devastated by her sudden tragic death.

A KILkenny family has been devastated by the death of a “much-loved” schoolgirl who died in hospital on January 2.

Lucy Doyle, who has five siblings, has received a flood of tributes.

The student was a senior at Kilkenny’s Presentation Secondary School, who wrote a touching tribute to the teen.

“It is with great sadness that we have learned of the death of our much-loved 6th-year student, Lucy Doyle,” the school wrote.

“Lucy’s warm smile and charisma will be missed by everyone at our school.”

“At this difficult time, our hearts go out to Lucy’s family, friends, and teachers.”

“Rest in Peace, her gentle soul.”

“Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam,” says the narrator.

“I’m so sorry that you have had such a devastating loss,” said a parent of another child at the school.

Lucy was a stunning young lady.

“You are all in my thoughts and prayers,” they added.

I’m hoping you’ll be able to summon the courage you’ll need to get through this.

Lucy, have a good rest.”

Lucy’s “heartbroken” family has now confirmed that she will be laid to rest on Friday in a funeral mass.

Lucy, cherished youngest daughter of Joe and Johanne and darling sister of James, Emma, Shane, Becky, and Vicky, sadly missed by her heartbroken family, Kelly and Pegzey, godmother Mary, brothers-in-law Paul and Sean, sister-in-law Becca, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, extended family, neighbours, her Presentation Secondary School classmates and teachers, and a wide circle of friends, according to a post on RIPie.

“Reposing at her home on Thursday, January 6th, from 2pm to 6.30pm, concluding with a Rosary and Vigil Prayers.

Please keep the house quiet at all other times.” “A Requiem Mass for Lucy will be held on Friday at 10.30 a.m. in St.

Following the service at St. John’s Church, the funeral will be held at St.

“Kieran’s Graveyard.”


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